Posts Tagged ‘STEM education’



25 Years of Slime

In recent years, the slime trend has taken the internet by storm. There are over 13 million posts with #Slime on Instagram! This trend has even been responsible for glue shortages at craft stores around the world! High Touch High Tech brought slime to students 25 years ago! We were the original slime makers! How […]

Celebrating the Contributions of Black Scientists, Inventors, and Engineers

Black History Month is celebrated each February, recognizing the role that African Americans have served in U.S. History. Generations of African Americans faced relentless adversity and their achievements often went overlooked. Many African American scientists, inventors, and engineers developed inventions that helped to advance human history and to make our lives healthier and happier. Let’s […]

Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk

When you hear the word milk what do you imagine? A cold glass of white, opaque liquid waiting for you to drink; maybe dip a cookie in.  The milk you probably picture comes from a cow, but milk can come from many different animals OR be plant-based. Milk doesn’t always equal dairy.  Milk technically is […]

25 Years of Hands-On Scientist Training

“I hear and I forgot. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” High Touch High Tech believes in hands-on education. We believe that is the only way to learn science. Afterall, High Touch is in our name! At High Touch High Tech, we take our hands-on education approach to training our scientists. […]

High Touch High Tech Program Beginnings

High Touch High Tech has developed a programming network of over 150 STEM programs over the past 27 years. Our programming extends from introductory chemistry, paleontology, climate change, to 3-D printing! As an author and leader in the STEM enrichment education, High Touch High Tech has adapted and created hands-on education content that has resonated […]

White House Honors Future Scientists of America with 2nd Annual Science Fair!

  Barack Obama and a personal childhood favorite, Bill Nye ‘The Science Guy’ welcomed a group of younger science and technology innovators to to the White House on Monday, as part of the President’s growing effort to promote innovation from all sides. President Obama has been pushing out tech initiatives consistently over the past couple weeks, bringing innovators to […]